Degrees and Certificates
Management and Supervision (AAS),Associate of Applied Science
Business (AS),Associate of Science
Entrepreneurship (TC),Technical Certificate
Management and Supervision (TC),Technical Certificate
A survey of the field of business administration with emphasis in the functional areas of marketing, production, business organizations and ownership, financial management, communication, taxation, and regulation.
Provides a comprehensive study of correspondence used in the modern business. Emphasis is placed on writing effective business correspondence documents and reports.
Students study and develop techniques and skills in the principal areas of management; planning and decision-making; organizing and human resources; leadership, including motivation and communications; and control.
Provides an introduction to the fundamental elements of the legal system including the use of the legal system in the remedy of business disputes, the development and operation of the court system, and the regulation of American business and industry.
This course introduces the study of human resource management. Topic areas such as implementing effective HRM programs, enhancing employee relations and productivity, understanding compensation and benefits, managing labor relations, and working in diverse work environments will be examined.
Descriptive and inferential statistical techniques and methods in business are taught. Topics include qualitative data analysis, frequency distributions, numerical methods, data dispersions, variance analysis, estimation theory, sampling distributions, discrete and continuous probability distributions, hypothesis testing and confidence interval estimation. (Cross-listed as MTH-2053)
This is a survey of personal finance and investment, focusing on topics which touch on the lives of everyone. Topics to be covered include: personal/family budgeting, banking services, income taxes, credit and credit cards, automobiles and other major purchases, insurance products (health, life, property, liability), investments and retirement planning, real estate, and estate planning.
Provides a study of the business activities performed to direct the flow of goods and services from the producer to the consumer. Major topics include consumer behavior, market research, products, pricing, promotion, and distribution.
A cooperative program between the student, the College, and business and industry to begin to develop the necessary skills needed to be successful in the job environment. Students spend 4 weeks in class and productive hours on-the-job training during the semester. Students work with the instructor to develop meaningful learning objectives based on the job assignments.
Capstone course designed for students to apply what they have learned in other courses about the issues involved in organizing and operating a small business. Topics include personal qualifications, small business techniques, capital requirements, and forms of organizations, location, and sources of assistance.